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Visit the Beautiful and Historic City of Nauvoo, IL

Get city information to plan your trip

Nauvoo, IL is a small city that's overflowing with history and culture. If you're wondering what to do in Nauvoo, you've come to the right place. We provide visitors and residents with information on schools, libraries and local entertainment. If you're looking for specific city information, call 217-453-6648 to learn more about Beautiful Nauvoo.

Experience a Living Museum from the 1840s in Illinois complete with Historic Homes, Trade Shops, Wagon & Oxen Rides and a LOT MORE

Gaze West across the Mississippi River at the START of the "Mormon Trail" that took thousands across the USA in 1846-47

Nauvoo, IL is a small city overflowing with history and culture. If you're wondering what to do in Nauvoo, you've come to the right place. We provide visitors and residents with information on everything Nauvoo has to offer.

If you're looking for specific city information, call 217-453-6648.

EXPERIENCE NAUVOO'S NATIONAL LANDMARK DISTRICT and fun shopping district

Fun for the whole family

Whether it is taking a guided horse drawn wagon ride or dipping candles or playing 1840s games - 2 days will not be enough time to experience all Nauvoo has to offer. Not only do we have plenty of events, but many of them are also free for you to enjoy. You can experience:

  • Walking tours
  • Oxen and horse tours
  • Live music and shows
  • Museums and the living historic district
  • Restaurants and Shops
  • Shopping
Our events are year-round, so there's always something to do. If you need a place to sleep overnight after visiting one of our events reach out to us to learn about some of our lodging options or camping grounds.

Explore the rich history of Nauvoo

Nauvoo, Illinois has an interesting history. It was originally settled by Native Americans. Joseph Smith and early members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints arrived later on, and they stayed there for several years before leaving due to religious persecution in 1846. Their homes were preserved by German-speaking settlers who came after them. Come to Nauvoo to see historical sites like:

Brigham Young's Home | Smith Family cemetery | The historic Cultural Hall

Contact us to learn more city information about Nauvoo.